It is impossible to surf the web and not notice articles popping up every day on the benefits of intermittent fasting, or IF. This is a relatively new term to most of the public and can be defined as vaguely
Whatever reason an individual may decide to restrict their eating time – whether it’s to lose weight, enhance their overall health, or for religious reasons – most people can agree that the idea of eating much less often sounds difficult.
Many articles are written extolling the health benefits of caloric restriction - less cancer, dementia, longer lives
The term “fasting” is often synonymous with various dietary and weight loss regimens. However, “water fasting” is a relatively newer concept. Fasting may have been practiced for centuries to accommodate various health and/or religious reasons, yet the therapeutic and medicinal
Fasting is clearly the latest and greatest tool to reduce metabolic dysfunction, but based on the feedback from one of my patients, I am excited to now think it can be hugely beneficial to another large group of people, impacted
Odds are you’ve heard about fasting. Defined as abstinence from eating, it technically is a prolonged period over 30 hours in duration without food. Since a child, I have observed Yom Kippur where I do not eat for about 25
Odds are you’ve heard about fasting. Defined as “abstinence from eating,” it is something you may have tried now and then. The potential medical benefits have increasingly been substantiated in animal and medical research projects and now extend to boosting brain power.I